Liz’s Story

Liz’s Story

“AMH has put my life back on track, when I’d given up hope”. Despite having a huge amount of experience, I’d been unable to find a job for several years


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Danske Bank Brightens up “Blue Monday”

Danske Bank has today announced that Action Mental Health will be its new charity partner for 2017. Money raised through the partnership will help fund AMH’s work with young people through their


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2017 – Take 5!

Every New Year we make resolutions with the best intentions, there’s something about the promise of a fresh start and a clean slate that makes us set them every year. New


L-R Alan Young Translink, Mickie Harkin Action Mental Health, and Jenni Doherty Little Acorns Book Store/Guild Hall Press.
Photo by Aaron McCracken/Harrisons

Beat the Winter Blues with Translink and Action Mental Health

Book ‘Pick-Me-Up’  Blue Monday book sale to promote wellbeing benefits of reading on public transport On Monday 16th January 2017 – notoriously labelled “Blue Monday” – based on post-Christmas debt


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Lidl supports AMH in Derriaghy

Lidl Northern Ireland offered their team the chance to spread a little Christmas cheer and to make donation of £2,500 to a charity of their choice. After launching the vote


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AMH New Horizons, Downpatrick Celebrate their Clients Achievements!!!

AMH New Horizons in Downpatrick were delighted to welcome Colin McGrath, MLA to the service for their Christmas Coffee Morning and to present Certificates gained by clients over the past year.


The SES members and Head of the Disability Employment Service (DES) from the Department for Communities, Terry Park.

Launch of Workable NI

Yesterday Communities Minister, Paul Givan announced new contracts with the lead providers of Workable (NI), the Executive’s disability employment programme. Workable (NI) supports people with a range of disabilities to


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New Mental Health Initiative For Primary School Children Launched.

Action Mental Health has launched its new mental health promotion programme for Primary Schools called ‘Healthy Me’. The initiative is designed to raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing amongst